The must-attend event for the hospitality industry across sub-Saharan Africa

The Hotel & Hospitality Show forms part of a dedicated portfolio of events proudly serving the hospitality industry across the Middle East, Africa and Asia and showcases products, equipment, services & design, for restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, and foodservice owners, managers and operators.

The Hotel & Hospitality Show has delivered 3 years of providing opportunities to the hospitality and hotel industry with growing industry support from leading associations. The event has added content and features at the Hotel & Hospitality Show helps deliver industry leaders and provides access to information on industry updates, thus providing the hospitality industry with a 360-degree view of the market.

This is a must-attend for anyone supplying to or buying for the hospitality industry across sub-Saharan Africa.

Why exhibit

We connect you with decision makers and buyers from the likes of Hilton, Marriot, Tsogo Sun, Sun International, Radisson blu as well as owners and managers from independent boutique lodges, guest houses and restaurants.

Now in its fourth year, the event has been renamed to Hotel & Hospitality Show to attract a wider audience. This is a must-attend for anyone supplying to the hospitality industry across sub-Saharan Africa.

Exhibiting at the show will put your company in front of 1,000’s of regional and international buyers from hotels, restaurants and resorts and with our carefully edited show sectors we’ll ensure that you are perfectly positioned to meet your target clients.

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  • 90+ Exhibiting countries
  • 67 Participating countries
  • 5900+ Hospitality professionals

Part of Africa Trade Week

Africa Trade Week comprises of 3 trade exhibitions, 3 focused conferences, features and workshops that serve 5 sectors namely: food & beverage, hospitality, retail and trade. The Hotel & Hospitality Show is proud to be part of Africa Trade Week – the new home of trade.

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